We offer high quality German Shepherds at a low price
Schutzhund was developed in Germany in the early 1900s as a breed suitability test for the GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG. It was designed to test the natural instincts of the breed and to weed out the dogs that were either unstable or untrainable. This helped ensure that breeding stock would pass on the most desirable traits to working dogs such as police dogs, military dogs and search and rescue dogs.
VA mean EXCELLENT SELECT :
Given once a year, only to a group of outstanding select German Shepherd at a SIEGER SHOW.
SchH3 mean receiving a passing scores in all 3 levels test at a SIEGER SHOW.
We breed for exceptional quality, temperament, health, and intelligence
Our German Shepherds are from West German Bloodlines
All of our puppies are registered with AKC, vaccinated,
wormed, and potty trained
WHAT IS SCHUTZHUND
2 level: OBEDIENCE
1 level: TRACKING
Our sire's are DNA tested
Health and hips are guaranteed in writing
VA1 mean to be awarded the title of CHAMPIONSHIP and then receive a TROPHY for being the very best of SCHUTZHUND ( SchH3 ) 3 level test at a SIEGER SHOW.
HISTORY of SCHUTZHUND
A SHUTZHUND trial begins with a temperament test for all entered dog's where the handler must walk the dog through a crowd of strangers, and the judge observes the dog's reaction to be being approached closely on a loose leash. Dogs that show shyness or aggression are dismissed from the trial. This basic temperament test is repeated and must be passed before each trial. This help to ensure that the dog is safe with strangers and in a crowded situation.
KKL1 mean that the German Shepherd is especially recommended for breeding.
Every year there is a SIEGER SHOW; the NASS (North America Sieger Show) and the greatest is in Germany; " THE WORLD GERMAN DOG SCHUTZHUND CHAMPIONSHIP." Competition where over 100 countries teams from all over the world to compete in the fall of each year.
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The PROTECTION phase test the dog's courage, physical strength and agility. The handler's control for the dog is absolutely essential. The exercises include a search of hiding places, finding a hidden person ( acting as a human decoy ), and guarding that decoy while the handler approaches. The dog is expected to pursue the decoy when an escape is attempted and to hold the grip ( bite ) firmly. The decoy is searched and transported to the judge with the handler and dog walking behind and later at the decoy's side. When the decoy attempts to attack the handler, the dog is expected to stop the attack with a firm grip and no hesitation. The final test of courage occurs when the decoy is asked to come out of a hiding place by the judge from the opposite end of the trial field. The dog is sent after the decoy when he refuses to listen to the handler's command to stop. The decoy then runs directly at the dog threatening the dog with a stick. All grips during the protection phase are expected to be firmly placed on the padded sleeve and stopped on command and or when the decoy discontinues the fight. The protection test are intended to assure that the dog is neither a coward nor a criminal menace. Dogs that are out of control are dismissed, as well as dogs that do not release the bite.
The OBEDIENCE phase includes a series of heeling exercises,some of which are closely in and around a group of people. During the heeling ,there is a gun shot test to assure that the dog does not openly react to such sharp noises. There is also a series of field exercises in which the dog is commanded to sit, lie down and stand while the handler continues to move. From these various positions, the dog is recalled to the handler. With dumbbells of various weights, the dog is required to retrieve on a flat surface, over a one-meter hurdle and over a six-foot slanted wall. The dog is also asked to run in a straight direction from its handler on command and lie down on a second command. Finally, each dog is expected to stay in a lying down position away from its handler, despite distractions, at the other end of the obedience field, while another dog completes the above exercises. All of the obedience exercises are tests of the dog's temperament, structural efficiency and very importantly, its willingness to serve man and woman.
Shutzhund is a performance event that tests a dog's character, intelligence, courage and athleticism. As a working trial, Shutzhund measures the dog's mental stability, endurance, structural efficiencies, ability to scent, willingness to work, courage, and train ability. Titles can be earned at three levels; SCHUTZHUND 1, 2 and 3 (abbreviated SchH1 ect..)To earn a title at each level, a dog must demonstrate proficiency in TRACKING, OBEDIENCE, and PROTECTION. The dog's must successfully completing a series of exercise in each phase to receive a passing scores in all three phases to be awarded the title at a trial.
TRACKING in Schutzhund is sometimes referred as "footstep tracking.." The dogs is required to keep his nose on the grown the entire track and locates certain articles strategically placed on the track. Tracking is a test of the dog's ability to concentrate on a single task for extended periods of time and independence in solving problems as handler must be 33 feet behind the dog. The working out of the track must be methodical and precise. The most advanced tracking titles are over 1800 paces, aged for 3 hours, and involve complex angles, varying surfaces, and laid by a stranger.
V Mean EXCELLENT:
Outstanding GERMAN SHEPHERD with full dentitions and good character.
3 level: PROTECTION
Puppies are from top quality V and VA1 rated dams and sires of Champion line relatives.
They are raised on a small farm in a family atmosphere, loved and well cared for from day one
Our dogs and puppies are suitable for excellent family companions, protection and show
We have 14+ years of
experience with breeding
German Shepherd Dogs